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Northcliffe Holiday Park

40 sites · RVs, Tents104 acres · Northcliffe, WA
Situated in the South West of WA, Northcliffe Holiday Park is located on 104 acres of natural forest. Set up camp amongst hundreds of Marri, Karri and various species of Gum Trees. The wildlife is abundant with kangaroos and a large variety of birds on the property at all times. Enjoy gazing at the stars in the evenings, a very peaceful and relaxing environment. Take a short 25 minute drive to Windy Harbour to enjoy the southern ocean and the beautiful landscape. Pemberton is also 20 minutes away, It’s known for the tall karri trees of Gloucester National Park, including the Gloucester Tree with its lookout point. Also in the park are the Cascades waterfall and Lefroy Brook’s rocky rapids. Just outside town are more giant karris at Warren National Park and vast dunes at Yeagarup Beach.
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AU$30
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Northcliffe Deluxe Bush Camp

35 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Northcliffe, WA
Luxury in the Bush. Nature based campground; clean tiled bathrooms, hot showers, flushing toilets, BBQs, camp kitchen with hot water, fire pit with wood, powered and free-range sites park where you want, 7 scenic lakes on 100+ acres, proper bush walk trails, wildflowers, orchids, kangaroos, birds, aaaah the serenity, you may even see a quokka if you are lucky ! Yes they are here. It used to be called Sid's CampGround until Sid retired. We also have a friendly on site Camp Host to assist you, light the firepit and keep the place immaculate. Check our facebook page www.facebook.com/northcliffebushcamp
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AU$15
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Northcliffe Nature Park

18 sites · RVs135 acres · Boorara Brook, WA
Situated in the southwest of WA, just 4km from Northcliffe, on Boorara Rd, with bitumen road frontage, is the Northcliffe Nature Park. Wander through the natural bush land or just take in the beautiful rural views that this nature park has to offer. There are many things to do in the area such as visits to lane pool falls, the Boorara tree, mount Chudalup, Windy Harbour, take advantage of the many 4WD tracks through the d’Encastraux National Park or catch up with some of the local history at the Northcliffe Museum. Pemberton is also close by and offers winery visits with long relaxing lunches This park caters for only fully self contained travellers, so therefore must provide their own toilet, shower, water and cooking facilities. We do provide rubbish disposal and your pets are welcome but we do ask that you clean up after them. The nearest dump point for waste disposal and potable water is at the Northcliffe Visitor Centre. Your hosts, Shane and Lynn are happy to chat about the area and points of interest as Shane is a descent of two of the original pioneering families he has a vast knowledge of the region and can tell a story or two, or find us on Facebook: Northcliff Nature Park.
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AU$15
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Mount View

4 sites · RVs, Tents200 acres · Margaret River, WA
The property is surrounded by National Park and saddles the Warren River. There is a 1-kilometer-long man-made lake filled with crystal clear water filtered by the forest. The camping sites are tucked privately into the forest, so you'll have total peace and privacy, other than an occasional visit from the resident birds, emus, and kangaroos. A boat ramp to the Warren River is only a 1km drive away, and the town center is 10km away for supplies. All campers must be self-contained, with their own camp toilet and we kindly ask you to take all waste when you go.
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AU$45
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Highway Hideaway - Manjimup

3 sites · RVs42 acres · Middlesex, WA
Escape the ordinary and immerse yourself in the serene embrace of Highway Hideaway – a hidden gem nestled along the South Western Highway, just 5 minutes from Manjimup and a scenic 15-minute drive to Pemberton. This exclusive property invites fully self-contained campers to embark on a nature-centric adventure. Surrounded by ancient giants, the towering Karri and majestic Jarrah trees create a natural cathedral, embracing you with a sense of tranquility. Close your eyes and let the soft whispers of the wind through the leaves and the delicate songs of native birds be your backdrop. Here, the cacophony of city life is replaced by the soothing sounds of nature, a symphony for the soul. Your private sanctuary is cocooned by 100 meters of natural bushland, away from the hustle and bustle. Peacefully away from the main residence, this ensures not just privacy but an immersive experience in the untouched beauty of the Australian bush. Feel safe, secure, and secluded, surrounded only by the whispers of nature. The property offers multiple views, perched alongside a dam that reflects the hues of the morning sun. Spot the local residents – from grazing sheep to kangaroos hopping by and Kookaburras living peacefully in the tree canopies. With approximately 1Km of walking trails and large acreage of natural bushland to discover, unwind at this rural retreat, where every moment is a snapshot of natural beauty. Whether you seek a peaceful locale, a base for exploring the wonders of Western Australia, or simply a place to rejuvenate your spirit, Highway Hideaway invites you to create unforgettable memories amidst nature's grandeur. Book your stay now and discover the magic of Manjimup's best-kept secret – where Highway Hideaway becomes your highway to happiness. With no facilities on-site, our haven is designed for adventurers embracing self-sufficiency, caravans must have their own living requirements. ** The property and its owners are new to Hipcamp and are inviting guests to be the first to experience our retreat. To support our learnings, we are offering a heavily discounted price for a limited time for early bookings made.
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AU$15
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Fernbrook Farm Stay

6 sites · RVs320 acres · Collins, WA
We are a working Farm on 320 acres, our place is directly off South West Highway, (HIGHWAY 1) access is extremely easy. We provide a level area to pull in and relax with beautiful views overlooking our farm. You can enjoy the peace and tranquillity as you are totally surrounded by bush. There are plenty of bush tracks for walking surrounding the farm. We have a kids bike track that will definitely keep them entertained. Manjimup and Pemberton are both a 15 minute drive where you can discover the local attractions, wineries, truffle farms, mountain bike trails and restaurants. The iconic Quinninup Tavern is 7km south. We are a 40 minute drive to Windy Harbour. We are 50 minute drive to Yeargarup for the four wheel drive enthusiasts with plenty of attractions to look at along the way.
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AU$20
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WA Wilderness Catered Camping

1 site · Lodging300 acres · Yeagarup, WA
We are fortunate to have the Warren National Park on our doorstep, and a commercial license to operate tours and camping in our National Parks. Graeme and I started WA Wilderness in 2014 as part of our 'Pemberton Discovery Tours' when the then 'Department of Conservation' realised that there were a lot of people who don't do camping due to a multitude of factors; these include: Time, Lack of Equipment, Newbie's who want to 'give it a go' before investing in expensive camping equipment and even baby moons, or camping with little children when every inch of space in the car is precious. So, we operate in the Warren National Park, it is some 8000Ha of National Park and stunningly beautiful Karri Forest, our campsites are located near the Warren River and are separate, so although you may see other campers you are not on top of each other. We set up everything for you, so all you have to do is turn up with your food and your family. To keep our pricing down we offer optional linen, so you can choose to bring your favourite doona. The sites are also unpowered however we offer 12V lighting and the option for a portable toilet. (There is a toilet on site as well.) There are steps leading into the river, the perfect place to paddle or dip your feet. We have a maximum of 8 sites on location here so there is plenty of space for privacy. We are only 15 minutes from the beautiful town of Pemberton, complete with wineries, galleries, restaurants, shopping and much more! You may also wish to join a tour or two - the Pemberton Tram runs daily, and we give you mates rates on our tours. We find our camps are perfect for busy people, who wish to try / go camping and value the opportunity to turn up to a complete camp, set up for you to enjoy from the start.
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AU$250
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KVC Hops Shed

3 sites · RVs, Tents25 acres · Margaret River, WA
25 acres backing onto Beedelup National Park and surrounded by towering Karri forests. This former hops farm, was subdivided many years ago and is only 5 minutes walk from RAC Karri Valley Resort, with all its activities and facilities. We host tourists in our 4 self-contained chalets and have set aside an area adjacent to a shady tree line for campers. Bitumen road access and in a cul-de-sac provides safety and privacy. We currently offer two camping sites, for self-contained campers who bring their own camp toilet.
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AU$40
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Nannup Lavender Tranquil Campground

8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents2 acres · Carlotta, WA
Situated in the centre of the south west between Margaret River and Pemberton, our farm is a great base to experience the best of this wonderful area. Surrounded by forests and farmland, central to the Munda Biddi Bike trail - you can drink in nature! We have flat grassy areas under trees for camping, inside and outside showers, toilets, camp kitchen with BBQ, small fridge, electric frypan and small camp stove, washing machine and device charging facilities. Sorry dogs are not permitted We can take tents, camper trailers, RV's and small caravans up to about 8 m is OK. We do not have power to the campsite. The camp ground is on a working lavender farm and farming activities may be happening. The lavender farm shop and cafe is open Friday to Sundays (closed February and Match) but campers can purchase lavender products on request. Transport to the Munda Biddi or Bibbulman Track is available. Camp fires in season (Usually May to September) and weather permitting. Breakfast Basket or BBQ packs available thee are cook your own we supply all the ingredients and tools
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AU$15
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Peppermint Farm

1 site · Tent85 acres · Yeagarup, WA
Peppermint Farm is a beautiful regenerative agriculture farm set in a magnificent Karri Forest. It is a quiet, secluded and peaceful area with abundant wildlife, tree plantations, orchards and seasonal vegetables. There is plenty to see and do in the surround areas, you can check out the amazing Yeagarup Dunes nearby that rise metres above the surrounding karri forest. They are the largest land-locked mobile dune system in the southern hemisphere. You can explore by foot or by 4WD if you are an experienced driver. Yeagarup Lake is a gateway to the dunes and a great place to stop and enjoy a picnic by the water. The Greater Beedelup National Park is nearby where you can explore the many walking trails and check out the Beedalup Falls. Campers must have their own toilet facilities and take all waste and rubbish with them on departure. Campfires are welcome when no restrictions are in place. Sorry, no pets.
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AU$35
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Stargazers Nature Park

12 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents37 acres · Peerabeelup, WA
Our farm and cottages are set among the forests that border the Donnelly River between Pemberton and Nannup in Western Australia's Southern Forests. Our cottages are newly re-furbished and are suitable for couples or families. We named our cottages after our own 6 little stars.The Donnelly River is just down from the cottages where you can drop in a line, meander along its path or just sit back and listen to the sound of the river and the forests around you.We look forward to sharing this wonderful place with you.
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AU$75
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Lewana Campsites

5 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Southampton, WA
Lewana is a historic ex forestry workers estate located on the Blackwood River and Tourist Route 251 between Balingup and Nannup. The 100 acre property is situated amongst state and pine forest and the parkland setting has over 50 different trees varieties creating a beautiful place to stay at any time of year. Lewana is the ideal place to base yourself to enjoy the picturesque region of Balingup and the surrounding areas including Donnybrook, Nannup and Bridgetown. Surrounded by orchards and award-winning wineries there is plenty to do during your stay. Experience nature by walking part of the Bibbulmun Track or cycle a section of the Mundi Bibbi Track, you can even kayak on the Blackwood River from historic Wrights Bridge. Please note: no campfires between 1st Nov and 26th April subject to Shire ruling. Dog friendly, strictly by prior arrangement only. Shower available adjacent to the old barn, communal fire pit & gas BBQ. No generators or trail bikes allowed. Coffee Cart open when guests staying with us
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AU$20
 / night
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The best camping near Brockman National Park guide

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Brockman National Park beckons adventurers with its rugged landscapes and thrilling outdoor activities. Immerse yourself in the park's natural splendor, where scenic trails invite you to hike, bike, and explore. Whether you're seeking a serene spot to picnic or the adrenaline rush of mountain biking, Brockman National Park offers a diverse range of experiences. While the park's camping facilities remain a mystery, the promise of adventure is abundant in every corner.

When to go

The best time to visit Brockman National Park is during the milder months of April through October, when the weather is pleasant for outdoor activities. Avoid the peak of summer if you're sensitive to heat. Winter can be unpredictable, with some areas less accessible due to weather conditions.

Know before you go

  • Always check the latest park alerts for closures or safety information before planning your visit.
  • Ensure you have a valid park pass for entry and are aware of any camping or attraction fees.
  • Respect the park's natural environment by staying on designated trails and following Leave No Trace principles.
  • For those with accessibility needs, research access-friendly locations within the park.
  • Prepare for remote travel by packing sufficient water, food, and safety gear.

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